20-21.04.2022 6-7 класс Пригласительный школьный этап по английскому языку 2022-2023

Задания и ответы пригласительного этапа 2022 года ВОШ (Сириус) по Английскому языку для 6-7 класса всероссийская олимпиада школьников, дата проведения онлайн олимпиады: 20-21.04.2022 (20-21 апреля 2022 г.).

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Listen to the text and mark the sentences 1–10 TrueFalse or Not Stated in the text.
1Tea was first brought to Russia from China.TrueFalse or Not Stated
2Tea was known as a strong remedy before it was brought to Russia.TrueFalse or Not Stated
3The tsar immediately loved the new drink.TrueFalse or Not Stated
4Mikhail Fedorovich held regular assemblies of court in order to make the nobles get used to drinking tea.TrueFalse or Not Stated
5Russia started importing tea from China in the 18th century.TrueFalse or Not Stated
6At first tea cost a lot of money.TrueFalse or Not Stated
7Drinking tea helps one to fall asleep.TrueFalse or Not Stated
8Tea was an important part of Russian life in the 19th century.TrueFalse or Not Stated
9Russian tea is served with sugar.TrueFalse or Not Stated
10The modern tradition has replaced the traditional sign of hospitality with coffee.TrueFalse or Not Stated

Task 2
Read the text ‘School in the Past and in the Future’. Then match the beginnings of the sentences from the text with their endings. There are two extra endings.

School in the Past and in the Future

In Britain in the early and mid-nineteenth century, children didn’t have to go to school at all. There were schools, of course, but you had to pay to go to them, and often parents couldn’t afford the fees. Many people also believed that girls didn’t need to go to school, as their future was to get married and have children. Although from 1870 the law said that all children aged 5 to 10 had to go to school, many poor families weren’t able to pay. The children of these families needed to have a job in order to pay the fees, and school timetables were organised to make this possible. It wasn’t until 1918 that children had to be at least 12 years old to work for a living.
Schools 100 years ago were certainly very different from those today. But what about the future? A national newspaper recently organised a competition for schools called The school I’d like. ‘I’m concerned that the pressures of the national curriculum will mean that there won’t be time for a project like this,’ a reporter said. She needn’t have worried, as there were over 15,000 entries full of ideas!
And what great ideas: a school in a giant submarine with waterproof maps of the underwater world, private helicopters to fly students to France for French lessons, and rockets to take children to distant planets to study the solar system. There are also some down-to-earth suggestions: clean toilets with locks that work so that students won’t have to wait until they get home, no uniforms so that students will be able to choose what to wear, chill-out rooms to relax in, and enough computers so that students won’t need to queue for them. Safety and comfort are clearly important: one student suggests an anti-bullying alarm, and another writes ‘We don’t want interactive whiteboards, we want comfortable chairs!’

Выберите нужную позицию в левом поле, кликнув по ней, затем кликните в правом поле по выбранной вами позиции (протянется линия). Если хотите изменить ответ, нажмите на точку в любом из полей (линия исчезнет, и вы сможете провести новую).

Task 3

Read the text below and choose the correct word for each space. There is an example at the beginning (0).



When the Spanish explorer Cortez (0) reached Mexico in the sixteenth century, he found the people there using a drink they (1) chocolate. It tasted quite strong (2) it had pepper in it. To (3) it taste better, the Spanish added sugar to it. When chocolate first came to Europe in the seventeenth century, people started to drink it with milk, (4) of water. Nowadays, tonnes of chocolate and cacao are (5) to factories, where they are turned (6) many popular sweets and cakes.
(7) chocolate and cacao come from the fruit of cacao tree. Cacao trees (8) only be grown in hot countries, as they need a warm climate. Cacao is an American plant, (9) still grows wild in the northern part of South America. Countries in Central and South America were the first to grow it, but today Africa (10) the world with the most of chocolate.

Task 4

Match two halves of Mark Twain’s quotes from his world-known stories. There is an example for you.

Выберите нужную позицию в левом поле, кликнув по ней, затем кликните в правом поле по выбранной Вами позиции (протянется линия). Если хотите изменить ответ, нажмите на точку в любом из полей (линия исчезнет, и вы сможете провести новую).

If you tell the truth,while the truth is putting on its shoes.
′Classic′ – a book which people praiseand don’t read
A lie can travel half way around the worldwhat may be done the day after tomorrow just as well.
Never put off till tomorrowthe man who cannot read.
The man who does not read has no advantage overyou don’t have to remember anything.

Task 3

An anagram is a word that is made from another word by putting letters in a different order. For questions 1–10 make up new words.

Example: Change teach into something dishonest people do. cheat

В поле ответа запишите ТОЛЬКО ОДНО слово. Слова с орфографическими ошибками и опечатками не засчитываются.

1Change cars into a mark from a deep cut that doesn’t go away.
2Change dusty into something students do.
3Change lamp into a tropical tree.
4Change boredom into a place where you sleep.
5Change inch into a part of the face.
6Change sport into places where ships stop.
7Change grown into the opposite of right.
8Change skis into something you do with your lips.
9Change miles into a sign of happiness.
10Change drawer into a kind of prize.
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